Mike Aviles News Archive
Aviles has passed his concussion tests and will be available to play in Thursday's doubleheader against the Twins, Paul Hoynes of the Cleveland Plain Dealer reports.
Aviles (concussion) could return soon as soon as he's able to take live batting practice, MLB.com reports. "If you see him now, he looks like night and day. He feels it. He's starting to get antsy. He's pushing the trainers. That's all good signs," manager Terry Francona said.
Aviles (concussion) is beginning to feel better and hopes to resume normal baseball activities in the next few days, MLB.com reports. "Those first few days, he kind of looked under the weather. Again, he'll just start to pass milestones or tests along the way, and when he gets clearance, we'll get him back doing baseball stuff," manager Terry Francona said.
Manager Terry Francona said Thursday that Aviles has been experiencing concussion symptoms, MLB.com's Jordan Bastian reports.
Aviles (neck) remained sidelined Tuesday with whiplash symptoms, MLB.com reports. "He's passed all the concussion tests, which is good," manager Terry Francona said. "He still doesn't feel great. He's got the whiplash symptoms, so we'll keep him around here [Tuesday] to let the doc look at him again and then kind of go from there."
Aviles (neck) passed his post-game concussion tests but was still experiencing some whiplash symptoms, MLB.com reports.
Aviles was removed from Monday's game against the Tigers due to dizziness, Paul Hoynes of the Cleveland Plain Dealer reports.
Aviles went 3-for-4 with a home run, two RBI and a stolen base in a win over the Twins on Wednesday.